Ah, Wednesday. That magical day when new comics become available. Thanks to Comixology, you can get Archaia comics from the comfort of your own home! That’s right, you can get your favorite graphic novels in a digital format, including our exclusive line of “digital first” comics. That means you can check out some of Archaia’s hottest new comics before they’re printed! This week’s lineup gives you a large dose of mystery and adventure through history!
THE SECRET HISTORY Book #20 - Jean-Pierre Pécau
Four immortal brothers and sisters are entrusted with ivory cards in the dawn of prehistory by a dying shaman, and told never to use the cards together. Four immortal brothers and sisters, four archons, leaping through time, consumed in an epic struggle to influence and shape the history of Western civilization. From Moses’ challenge to the Pharaoh to the origin of the Grail myth; from the Pope’s extermination of the Cathars to Nostradamus’ travels in Italy; from the Spanish Armada and the Great Fire of London to Napoleon’s conquest of Egypt; and finally to the Angel of Mons appearing over the trenches of World War I: a secret occult history of the world. An ongoing series translated from its original French publication.
GUNNERKRIGG COURT Vol 3 Chapter 25 - Tom Siddell
Gunnerkrig Courtis a series of books about Antimony Carver, a girl who attends school at gloomy Gunnerkrigg Court. The story is about the people she meets, the strange things that happen, and the things she causes to happen as she and her new friend, Kat, unravel the mysteries of the Court and deal with the everyday adventures of growing up at a school that has robots running around alongside body-snatching demons, forest gods, and the odd mythical creature.
JUDGE BAO Vol 1 #3 - Patrick Marty and Chongrui Nie
Mandated by the highest court of the Empire, Judge Bao becomes a symbol of justice for the people of the land. His aversion to corruption and dedication to justice make him a popular hero, but with many enemies. Accompanied by his bodyguard Zhan Zhao, his page Bao Xing, and his assistant and coroner Gongsun, he travels the length and breadth of the Middle Kingdom, crusading against corruption and all forms of injustice.
In this first volume, Bao finds himself in a small village where a mother mourns her son, languishing in prison, caught in a complicated love triangle and accused of a murder he says he did not commit. Will Judge Bao find the real murderer?